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Scandinavian-style snack bar announces they will be permanently closing

Scandinavian-style snack bar announces they will be permanently closing

Scandinavian-style snack bar announces they will be permanently closing

Pray Tell, a popular Little Italy snack bar known for their inventive globally-inspired small plates, craft cocktails and Scandinavian interiors announced yesterday, via Instagram, that they will be closing their doors.

The news comes after several bars, restaurants and small businesses across the city have closed due to the citywide shutdown of non-essential businesses, which have been ongoing now for the past three months.

Owners Camilo and Monica bid farewell to the many memories shared in their "beautiful indoor botanical garden" and ask for the community to continue supporting sister companies Sixteen Ounce and Preserve Indulgence.

Opened back in 2016, Pray Tell had strived to become a local haunt for the neighbourhood and as an integral establishment in the Little Italy community, they will de deeply missed.

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Pray Tell

Scandinavian-style snack bar announces they will be permanently closing

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Scandinavian-style snack bar announces they will be permanently closing

Robin Winship

Robin Winship

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Pray Tell, a popular Little Italy snack bar known for their inventive globally-inspired small plates, craft cocktails and Scandinavian interiors announced yesterday, via Instagram, that they will be closing their doors.

The news comes after several bars, restaurants and small businesses across the city have closed due to the citywide shutdown of non-essential businesses, which have been ongoing now for the past three months.

Owners Camilo and Monica bid farewell to the many memories shared in their "beautiful indoor botanical garden" and ask for the community to continue supporting sister companies Sixteen Ounce and Preserve Indulgence.

Opened back in 2016, Pray Tell had strived to become a local haunt for the neighbourhood and as an integral establishment in the Little Italy community, they will de deeply missed.

Tags:

Toronto Restaurant Closures

Toronto Bars

Pray Tell